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2 December 2014

Top Ten Tuesday: Top 10 Books I'm Looking Forward to in 2015

'Top Ten Tuesday' is an original feature/weekly meme created at The Broke and the Bookish. I love making lists, so this feature fits me perfectly! If you also take part in this feature or have any additions to my lists, please get in touch; I'd love to hear from you!
Top Ten Books I'm Looking Forward to in 2015

December is of course Christmas month, but it's also the month in which we get the chance to look back at the past year and look forward to the next year, in this case 2015. Another year filled with amazing books, I'm sure of it, and I'm really excited this week's Top Ten Tuesday provides me with the chance to share some of the 2015 releases I'm looking forward the most with all of you!

1. Kirsty Greenwood - 'The Vintage Guide to Love and Romance' (April 2015)

I loved Kirsty Greenwood's 2013 debut novel 'Yours Truly' and I've been waiting for her second book for ages, so I'm really glad in 2015 the wait will finally be over! 'The Vintage Guide to Love and Romance' sounds like a really promising read and I can't wait to pick it up!

2. Melissa Hill - 'Sleepless in Manhattan' (April 2015)

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Oh my, I can't even explain HOW excited I am about Melissa Hill' upcoming release 'Sleepless in Manhattan'! The book tells the story of Beth, who has a passion for Hollywood films. One day at work, she receives a take-out coffee cup with a cryptic message suggesting a meeting at Tiffany's. This is the start of a treasure hunt filled with rom-com references, and Beth is wondering which guy is doing all of this for her; her boyfriend or her hunky colleague? God, I love love love the sound of this book and honestly can't wait for its release! 

3. Stella Newman - 'The Dish' (May 2015)

I haven't had the chance to read one of Stella Newman's novels, but I've heard many positive things. I really like the cover of 'The Dish' and the blurb promises an entertaining story, so hopefully I will be able to finally be introduced to Stella Newman's writing in 2015.

4. Ali McNamara - 'The Little Flower Shop by the Sea' (May 2015)

I love Ali McNamara's work, her novels NEVER disappoint and I already know 'The Little Flower Shop by the Sea' will be another brilliant read!

5. Lindsey Kelk - 'Always the Bridesmaid' (May 2015)

Yay! A year wouldn't be a good chick lit year without a new Lindsey Kelk novel. 'Always the Bridesmaid' is going to be a completely new stand-alone novel and I can't wait to hear more about it!

6. Paige Toon - 'The Sun in Her Eyes' (May 2015)

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Another chick lit author whose novels are always amazing. I'm so happy to see Paige Toon is releasing a completely new stand-alone novel in May 2015, I can't wait to read it!

7. Rowan Coleman - 'The Last Letter' (May 2015)

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I love the sound of this novel. 'The Last Letter' focuses on Stella Carey who works as a nurse at a hospice. During her night shifts, she writes letters for her patients, detailing their final wishes, thoughts and feelings, and posts these letters after their death. Until Stella writes one letter that she feels compelled to deliver in time, to give her patient one final chance of redemption. The blurb of the book already sounds so intriguing, I have a feeling I'm going to be shedding some tears while reading this book! 

8. Jane Green - 'Summer Secrets' (June 2015)

Jane Green has become one of my favourite authors over the past two years and I always look forward to her next book. There isn't much information available yet about 'Summer Secrets', but I'm keeping my fingers crossed for another great read!

9. Adele Parks - 'If You Go Away' (June 2015)

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Another release without much information; no book cover and no real blurb. However, the book is going to be set during the outbreak of the First World War and will deal with glamourous debutantes, heartbreak and discovering just what is worth fighting for. I think that already sounds really promising and I have a feeling this is going to be one of the most talked about novels of 2015!

10. Milly Johnson - 'The Woman Who Gave Up Chocolate' (June 2015)

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Milly Johnson always knows how to cheer me up with her novels. 'The Woman Who Gave Up Chocolate' sounds like another great chick lit story and one which many readers will love, including me!


  1. Some great books on your list, here is mine

  2. Yaaay for the new Lindsey Kelk book! :D I love her.

    Happy reading! :D

  3. Awesome picks! I haven't heard of any of these until now, but some of them have pretty cool covers. I absolutely love your blog design!
    Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian